Feeling concerned that TRON Tuesday came and seemingly went without new paraphernalia being unveiled for Disney's TRON: Legacy? Rest assured, the company has released even more material in promotion of their big-budget, 3D tentpole pic.
Yet another clip from TRON: Legacy has made its way online, along with a featurette that looks briefly at the different style and representation of reality vs. "The Grid" in the cyber-world adventure.
Most moviegoers missed out on Disney's TRON Night Event, but the Mouse House seems determined to make even hermits that live out in the farthest regions of Antarctica aware of the impending release of the TRON sequel. Last week's third TRON: Legacy trailer had its share of extravagant visuals to help fuel fan anticipation, but it was the Daft Punk "Derezzed" music video that really did an excellent job of portraying how stylish TRON: Legacy will be in terms of its visual and audio design.
Tech-savvy Sam Flynn (Garrett Hedlund) is the protagonist for TRON: Legacy but, based off the footage we've seen so far, he seems inexplicably morose for a fellow who finds himself sucked into a digital realm full of robotic women armed with laser-tipped fingers, and gargantuan Recognizers zooming about throughout the atmosphere.
Just watch the latest TRON: Legacy clip and tell us that Sam doesn't seem a bit too detached about being fitted with a snazzy black cybersuit by four milky-eyed ladies, led by the albino Siren Jam (Beau Garrett):
TRON: Legacy promises to have 3D eye candy galore, so here's hoping that perhaps Sam's old man, Kevin (Jeff Bridges) and his protege Quorra (Olivia Wilde) are a bit more enthused than Sam and help make the film an overall fun, energetic romp.
Everyday reality will look quite different from the digital world in TRON: Legacy since the brown-tinted real world scenes were shot and will be presented in two dimensions before the scenery shifts to the 3D lightning-strewn world of "The Grid."
Check out what we mean by watching the behind-the-scenes video below:
TRON: Legacy hits 2D, 3D, and IMAX 3D screens in the U.S. on December 17th, 2010. Are you feeling all the more excited to actually see this movie at last?
Source: Walt Disney Pictures